Radar is proud to announce the recommitment of Jason McClintock to its pro team. His reuniting with the Radar crew coincides with the upcoming release of Radar’s new slalom ski – The Vapor. The press release has been delayed to keep the development of the new ski concealed for a bit longer. Immediately after jumping on the new ski, Jason tied the longstanding Canadian national slalom record of 4 at 41 off, set in 2002. McClintock currently has an average of 3 1/2 at 41 off and rode his new Vapor at the Masters LCQ winning admittance into the famed tournament.
“The best team skiers run massive amounts of buoys and fill a marketing role too. Jason is uniquely both marketable and produces consistently on the water,” says Radar’s VP of Global Branding Chris Sullivan. He’s got colorful style and the Canadian national record on our new ski. He doesn’t just represent, he wins and skis in finals on Sundays.”
“Having a ski that makes me feel this confident on the water is taking me to new places in the course,” said McClintock. “I know I have more buoys coming and I’m excited to get there!”
“Getting Jason back into our program was perfect timing,” adds Sullivan. “He’s been a welcomed part of helping with the finishing touches on our new slalom ski and has been putting up some big points on the Graviton, our new trick ski. Considering we just cleaned up some loose ends, he’s now completed us as a younger, more dominant, well-rounded international tournament team.”